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My cards sit vertical. I have a panaflo 120mm running around 1200-1600RPM on top of it + passive airflow from my top rads. It seems fine. Using a fluke IR, I've seen it gone up to around 75C max, with minimal airflow, with the fans at 1200-1600rpm, it's around 65C. Ram chips run at most 50C.

ok sounds good... i'm also in the vertical (upside down) league



Also would love to test the CLU shunt mod.. (very thin layer)
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They are out of stock everywhere. You may find you need to pay the premium or wait a few months.

I'm happy to wait I just assumed you guys were buying them during the day (when I'm sleeping). I have a 1080 but I'm not going to bother water cooling it for a few % better performance.
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Hi guys I've been following this thread from the beginning and you've talked me into getting a Titan XP! But as I'm in Australia I'm having trouble sourcing one. Have you noticed a time of day or anything where they seem to become available? In 2 weeks I have only seen them listed as in stock on the Nvidia USA website once, and that was at around midnight here. I don't want to buy off Ebay as they're asking US$1,600 or more for them!

I have an aquarium cooler setup similar to a couple of you guys I think, it should keep a Titan XP at around 30c hopefully!

Cheers

This site helped a lot. You can set an email notification to notify when the titan x is in stock (they check the nvidia page every 5 mins). But you have to hurry anyway. The stock only last like 10 mins.

https://www.nowinstock.net/computers/videocards/nvidia/gtxtitanp/
Edited by Phoenix81 - 8/18/16 at 4:07am
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Originally Posted by Phoenix81 View Post

This site helped a lot. You can set an email notification to notify when the titan x is in stock (they check the nvidia page every 5 mins). But you have to hurry anyway. The stock only last like 10 mins.

https://www.nowinstock.net/computers/videocards/nvidia/gtxtitanp/

Thank you! I will try that, it can only be better than checking a few times a day when I'm at a computer!
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Ya, and a single GPU's frame-time and pacing aren't perfect either and can spike. Fact. See how that works? The point is that on a properly setup system the frame-time variance in SLI is at the insignificant/imperceptible level. It's like arguing you can feel the difference in input lag between a 2ms lag monitor and a 4ms input lag monitor. rolleyes.gif Not to mention the faster your FPS and refresh rate, the less and less any small frame time variance matters.

Yet better than SLI.
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Oh, and putting a large gap between two sentences doesn't add any credence to your point.

Obviously enough credence for noticing it.
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Well, the 6700K system puts up overall highest FPS in most games but in demanding CPU games the 6950X puts up better minimum FPS. Since BF1 will be DX12, I'll probably stick with the 6950X.
Ya, and a single GPU's frame-time and pacing aren't perfect either and can spike. Fact. See how that works? The point is that on a properly setup system the frame-time variance in SLI is at the insignificant/imperceptible level. It's like arguing you can feel the difference in input lag between a 2ms lag monitor and a 4ms input lag monitor. rolleyes.gif Not to mention the faster your FPS and refresh rate, the less and less any small frame time variance matters.

Oh, and putting a large gap between two sentences doesn't add any credence to your point.

He consistently makes arguments and states 'fact' in several threads without ever posting any actual info....so...unfortunately arguing with someone like that (especially in the GPU subforum on OCN) is rather futile redface.gif.
 
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Which is unfortunate, as otherwise there is grounds for an argument there. Depending on the resolution and frame rate you are targeting, SLI is still needed - I don't think there is any arguing with that.

That said, I don't think anyone can argue the sanity of if it were possible to hit their frame target consistently without SLI, they would rather not have SLI. NVIDIA dropped three and four way card support with good reasons. Here are just a few that come to mind without even really racking my brain.

1) It's costly and time extensive to maintain support for

2) It requires a constant commutative relationship between the developer and vendor in order to keep performance at an acceptable level

3) Highly adopted engines such as UE do not support AFR (requiring previous frame to render the next)

4) DX12 is moving away from external pacing methods, having explicit GPU scaling support natively, therefore winding down support makes perfect sense,

When these features work to the standard one would expect them to, then there is no issue. Even to those who are susceptible to latency - it's possible to have SLI and have just as good an experience as without, but with the benefit of higher framerates. The real question is how often do people genuinely find that is the case? To which in my experience, the answer is foggier than what one would like.
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So had to go full on McGuyver to get things going tonight...

Put one of the screws in a little too deep and cracked the acrylic on the block.

Rather than waiting two weeks I noticed that the original Titan X acetal block was the exact same size with the same hole pattern.

Took the cracked acrylic off the T-X and with the power of carving and fire to clear enough space for the capacitors, I now have a fully functioning Titan X-P with the face plate of a Titan X

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Not sure if that makes me a genius or insane.

edit: definitely see what y'all are talking about slamming head first into the power limit wall. Max GPU temp 28 C, max clock 2050 regardless of how i clock it.

Try cranking up the memory, to 550. TDP limit 122% crash... still below 30 C

Just in case, do you think the original Titan X waterblock could fit to Titan X Pascal?
It seems there are some differences in VRM area but for GPU & memory, it could make good contact.
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Thank you! I will try that, it can only be better than checking a few times a day when I'm at a computer!
Honestly they have stock every week day and often morning and afternoon. Nowinstock.com shows the history to support what I am saying. I don't think they stock on weekends, but you should be able to snag one Monday morning (around 10:30-11eastern time) pretty easy.
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Just in case, do you think the original Titan X waterblock could fit to Titan X Pascal?
It seems there are some differences in VRM area but for GPU & memory, it could make good contact.

You can try..let us know please.
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